This course is designed for the students studying animal sciences. It gives us an introduction to the fundamental concepts related to biometry that includes some topics - The measure of location or central tendency and the measure of dispersion or variation, the basics of probability theory, the concept of the tests of significance, the idea of correlation and regression, the method of analysis of variance and its applications in the advanced courses used frequently in the study of the animal sciences.
Students are not permitted to take more than one of STATS 301, 302 or 303 for credit.
Prerequisite: MATH 152 or 172..
Prerequisite to this course: MATH 141 or 166 or equivalent.
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